Elections to the assembly in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir were marred by several violent incidents, prompting the postponing of voting by Kashmiri refugees in the eastern city of Lahore on Sunday.
A violent clash erupted between supporters of the PML-N and the Pakistan People's Party. "The election commission ordered the deferring of polls for LA-37 seat," Returning Officer Rana Ishtiaq Rao said.
The PML-N workers also attacked policemen who were trying to avert the clash. Senior PPP leader Raja Riaz said PML-N workers stopped his car in Gulberg and tried to attack him.
"Seeing its defeat, the PML-N deliberately created a law and order situation to put off the election," he said.